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U.S. Marine Sgt. Christopher Q. Stone transmits imagery using a Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) powered by a solar portable alternative communications energy system (SPACES) kit from King Faisal Air Base in Jordan to the USS Kearsarge at sea.
EGEM continues to lean forward to help enhance Marine Corps equipment accountability and readiness within the operating forces.  Two major initiatives underway are the Equipment Optimization Plan (EOP) and TAMCN Deep Dives.  EOP will right size our equipment to the amount required for the Marine Corps force of today and the future:  Where is the equipment? Who has excess and/or obsolete and how will they divest of it? And what critical equipment (high demand/low density) is required in the most operationally relevant locations?  The TAMCN Deep Dives are designed to determine the root causes of high profile equipment readiness concerns.  These drill-downs into the foundational data in combination with a robust analytical process are providing critical new insights to enhance decision-making by Marine Corps senior leadership.
The best method to build proficiency in Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) is hands-on training via a Mobile Training Suite (MTS).  The MTS is a self-sufficient, non-network dependent training system that comes with all items required to establish a training environment in any classroom (24 laptops, server, projector, printer, and all associated cabling).  Currently, the Ground Supply and Logistics Operations Schools are the only Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) producing school houses using MTSs to provide students GCSS-MC familiarization training.  However, DC, I&L secured funding in FY15 to procure 39 MTS to expand hands-on GCSS-MC training to other logistics focused  schools, such as the Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School. The delivery of these MTSs is expected to be completed by May 2016.
LP’s Logistics, Policies and Strategy Branch – South (LPS) is working to finalize FY17 actions associated with the Logistics Combat Element (LCE) reorganization.  The staffing of CLB 8, the addition of Surgical Co C, 2d Medical Battalion, the activation of Engineer Services Companies, and the increased capacity in Transportation Support Battalions, and 3d Marine Logistics Group will complete the LCE portion of the 182k force. Also associated with this effort is the MLG Capacity Study. This study will frame logistics units of employment in each sub-functional logistics capability area, and the results will be used to assess and measure MLG capacity.
LPD develops, coordinates and synchronizes Marine Corps policy and procedures supporting joint DOD policy/initiatives relative to sustainment distribution.
Quantico, VA Housing
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Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command
The Marine Corps remains an agile, lethal, and sea-based expeditionary force, light enough to rapidly deploy, yet capable enough to operate independently in austere and remote locations.
U.S. Marines testing a new environmentally-friendly energy system which will enable deployed troops to purify water, light their tents and power their equipment through solar energy and leverage technology.
Bachelor Housing Camp Pendleton, California
Bachelor Housing 29 Palms, California
Family Housing Hawaii
Family Housing Hawaii
Family Housing Historic Home
Family Housing Camp Pendleton, California
Family Housing Quantico (Lyman Park)
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SES Bryan H. Wood